Category Exadata

Use DCLI to check #em12c agents on Exadata – all at once

For all the benefits of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c (OEM), there is one draw back when using OEM with Real Application Clusters or Exadata…. checking the status of the EM Agent on each node.  When a node is bounced, some times the EM Agent does not always restart.  When this happens on a single instance […]

Find ILOM(s) for #exadata

Oracle Exadata can be a complex piece of machine/equipment that is housed in a data center or some other remote location. Once it is all configured and attached to the network managing it can be done using standard SSH tools.  At times, there is a need to manage the Exadata or any other engineered systems […]

Combat with an enqueue wait event (enq: HW–Contention)

Recently I’ve been combating a high water mark enqueue wait (enq: HW – contention) on a single node within an Exadata I’m supporting.   I first noticed the wait when I was looking at the performance page for the node in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.  What I noticed was the a lot of brown looking spikes […]

OEM Agent Core directory deleted/re-add–What Happen? (EXADATA)

Ever have one of those days when someone calls and says “We/I accidently deleted the whole directory; can you get it back for me”?  Well,  over the weekend I had that happen with an OEM 12c agent on an Exadata, where the core directory for the agent was deleted by mistake.  Before I could evaluate […]

Database Machine (EXADATA) Schematic problem in OEM12c

When adding an Exadata to Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c (OEM), it is pretty easy yet at times you may run into a problem or two.  Many of these problems can be minimized by using the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c: Exadata Discovery Cookbook (cookbook).  The cookbook can be found here, so you don’t have to search […]

Configure OEM12c to perform checkups on EXADATA (EXACHK)

Warning: This one may be longer than normal How many times have you ran an exachk, produced the text file, and then had to either read the file on the compute node or copy it to your local machine?  Well there is another way to view the report of the EXACHK; it can even be […]

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